Nanosaur 2

Developer: Pangea Software, Inc.

Current Version: 2.0.8

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 96.4 MB - Download

Description:

PLAY IN STEREO 3D WITH 3D GLASSES!!

In Nanosaur 2 you get to fly a pteradactyl who's loaded with hi-tech weaponry! In addition to the three level adventure mode where you blast enemy dinos and save eggs, there are also six two-player levels including racing, capture-the-flag, and battle.

Nanosaur 2 also supports 3D GLASSES! With a pair of red/cyan or red/blue 3D glasses you can play the game in true 3D as the objects pop out of the screen at you! If you need 3D glasses just do an internet search for "Red Cyan Anaglyph glasses" and you can find them easily.

Download the Instruction Manual here: http://pangeasoft.net/nano2/instructions.html

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Release Notes:

No changes to app, but had to submit a new version in order to add new localized descriptions to the App Store.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.0.7
Review by Alxcoolastru

The Best!! - Super fun game, I enjoyed and am enjoying it on all devices. This is definatly the best game for Mac, iPad and iPhone !!

Found helpful by 15 out of 19 people
1/5
Version 2.0.8
Review by TJJack

after awile it gets boring - first this was really fun,but very,very hard........and before i got it i said this would be fun and the bad reviews wouln't make me not get it.i am only telling the truth, if you really want to get this you shouldn't.........REALLY

Found helpful by 4 out of 32 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 2.0.8
Review by GorgonNerdicus

Really cool flying game - I've played the iPhone version of this and really loved it even on the small screen but I forgot how much games have to be scaled back graphically to run on those devices. When I loaded up this version on my Mac Book Pro I was blown away by the increased depth and complexity of the graphics and animation. And while I miss the more physical interaction of using the iPhone and iPad I really dig the look and feel of this unconstrained version of Nanosaur. And then there's the stereo 3D aspect which is friggin great! Busted out an old pair or red-blue glasses and played. Old school 3D but it works well.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
5/5
Version 2.0.8
Review by Ron_Art

Gorgeous! A must have game for the Mac! - Excellent game! I purchased this game years ago and still occassionally play it. I just wished Pangea would create a Nanosaur 3. I and many others would purchase it in an instant.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
5/5
Version 2.0.8
Review by iPhone Junkie

I've had a lot of fun while on business trips with this game - Just know that you can destroy the electric towers. That one took me a long time to figure out. And, it's no use to pick up all the powers. They are like gas tanks. Once full, it stops adding to reserves.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
5/5
Version 2.0.8
Review by iPlane

Nostalgia - Oh man, I remember when the original nanosaur came pre-installed on the old PPC macs. I got epic nostalgia just by seeing the trippy loading screen with the nanosaur flying through the portal. Great game. It would be nice to have a windowed option though.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
4/5
Version 2.0.8
Review by M. Clean

Neat game - Typical for Pangea, this is an amusing, imaginative game that should prove to be fun for a wide range of ages. Graphics are quite good, especially impressive considering that this game has been around for a decade, and the various scenarios and soundtracks are pleasing to the senses. Two drawbacks limit my score to 4 stars. First, I could not find any instructions, either in the game or on the company website. Yes, you figure it out after a while (perhaps that's by design), but it's nice to have the option of a quick rundown as to what the various weapons (some of which thus far seem to be almost useless; e.g., bombs and the sound ray) and powerups are for. Second, the game does not remember the location of your saved games, so if you save them anywhere but the desktop, a fishing you will go. I can see where replay value might be limited once you get the hang of defeating the enemies and tire of playing hunt-the-eggs. An "extreme mode" with tougher opponents and better weapons would solve that outright.

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
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